Meet the stunning Ghanaian lady who became the youngest medical doctor at 22 years

Meet the stunning Ghanaian lady who became the youngest medical doctor at 22 years

- Dr. Vanessa Aseye Mensah-Kabu, a beautiful Ghanaian medical doctor, became the youngest in her batch after being inducted in May 2015

- The stunning young doctor graduated from the DaLian Medical University in the Peoples Republic of China after attending Holy Child School

- The doctor, who is also a model, is married to an army officer named Capt. Davison Mensah-Kabu

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A stunning Ghanaian medical practitioner whose full name is, Dr. Vanessa Aseye Mensah-Kabu, became the youngest medical doctor for her batch when she graduated.

In an interview with YEN.com.gh's Edward Asare, the young doctor disclosed that although she graduated from the DaLian Medical University in the Peoples Republic of China, she was inducted as a doctor in Ghana in May 2015 at age 22.

Dr. Vanessa Aseye Mensah-Kabu who is also an alumnus of Holy Child Senior High School has, therefore, been practising medicine for five years.

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Meet the stunning Ghanaian lady who became youngest medical doctor at 22

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She indicates that her work started in horsemanship at Korle-bu Teaching hospital, 37 Military Hospital, and Legon Hospital.

Currently, the stunning young doctor works with the West African Rescue Association as a medical officer attending to patients with regards to the management of diseases.

The beautiful doctor, who is also a model and fashionista, is married to an amazing man Capt. Davison Mensah-Kabu of the Ghana Armed Forces.

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In another heartwarming report, Christopher Okpoti Adjei, a 16-year-old junior high school student in Ghana has become the youngest referee in the country following an appointment from the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

According to reports by the Ghanafa.org and Ghanaweb.com, the teenager was selected as part of an initiative by the GFA to train young referees in the country.

A report dated August 26, 2020, on the GFA's website mentions that the association had launched the “Catch Them Young Refereeing” programme designed to identify, educate and train young talents between the ages of 13-16 to officiate juvenile matches within their regions.

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